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marked by excessive confidence

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First, people tend to be overconfident on skills that reflect one's underlying personality or character.
(Maybe she was overconfident considering that she has 5 million followers and most of them are overseas voters.
The guys have a lot of respect for England so I don't think they were overconfident.
While post-bailout Cyprus will no longer carry that stigma of being supervised and supported by others, it must avoid being overconfident and keep in mind that choosing policies that markets disapprove of will come at a cost, an academic economist said.
There is an increase in the number of driving licences issued to women in Pakistan and research says men, as compared to women drivers, are more reckless and overconfident.
Company leaders are aware of the Internet of Things (IoT) "almost to the point of being overconfident about their readiness to embrace it," according to the Accenture report "From Productivity to Outcomes: Using the Internet of Things to Drive Future Business Strategies." The survey found that 84% of C-suite executives believe their organizations can grow income streams using IoT, but only 7% have developed a strategy and committed funds to use it.
"I got a bit overconfident on it," said Morris, who is ineligible for Saturday's FA Trophy third round replay with Gateshead.
Everyone knows the dangers of being overconfident when you're playing the bottom of the league team.
The topics include a proposed model for global knowledge networking utilizing digital libraries, designing a multi-agent system for improving the accounting of electronic learning, a web-based intelligent educational laboratory system for forecasting chaotic time series, resolving the paradox of overconfident students with intelligent methods, an agent-based distributed intelligent tutoring system using case-based reasoning, and an evolutionary approach to the automatic and dynamic modeling of students' learning styles.
I think that Iran is a bit overconfident, which is not a healthy approach.
Rushing maintenance can make you overconfident in your equipment.
Although prior studies reveal a significantly positive market reaction to increases in R&D expenditures in both the long and short run, we find that long-run stock performance is positive only for firms whose CEOs are not overconfident. Our findings, which may be attributable to overinvestment and the overestimation of future cash flows, imply that R&D resulting from overconfident behavior does not provide any value to firms.
It is not good to be overconfident as if to say "I'm a doctor" and not keep updating his/her knowledge.
SINCE Malick's departure there's been a gap at Holby for a ridiculously overconfident registrar.